A Dozen Corned Beef Roses
While Dear Husband and I don’t take Valentines day all that seriously, we do acknowledge the day with simple things like chocolate, cards and sometimes inexpensive stuffed animals. A number of years ago, I decided to do something out of the box and made Dear Husband a Dozen Corned Beef Roses.
A Dozen Corned Beef Roses.
Making the Corned Beef Roses
Making the Corned Beef Roses is actually fairly simple. I used a package of corned beef/pastrami with large, long, wide slices. Then I wrapped them around a stick, tied them with a ribbon, put them in a vase/mason jar, and added some fresh parsley for the greens. It was surprisingly easy with just a few ingredients.
When I made a Dozen Corned Beef Roses the first time and Dear Husband Loved them!
When I made them the first time Dear Husband loved them. I made them out of corned beef that time rather than pastrami (which is really a type of corned beef).
Making A Dozen Corned Beef Roses This Year
This year I actually ordered sticks from Amazon as opposed to using shish kabob skewers. They were way nicer and were pretty reasonably priced.
This is what the roses looked like before adding greenery.
Dear Husband was thrilled. He likes beef.
Here’s my Instagram reel to show you how to make them!
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